Cathy Newman joined Channel 4 News in January 2006. Cathy Newman presents Channel 4 News.
She spent over a decade in Fleet Street, latterly with the Financial Times. Since joining Channel 4 News in 2006 she has broadcast a string of investigations and scoops, including harassment allegations against the Liberal Democrat peer Lord Rennard. She also writes about politics for the Telegraph.
We speak to the lawyer and academic Alan Dershowitz – asking, if the reports were true, whether a secret back channel from Jared Kushner to the Russians would be a security risk.
Mohamed Abdul Malek, acting imam of the Muslim Youth Foundation in Manchester, who was born in Libya but has lived in the UK for 34 years, and Mohamed Fadil, who is also Libyan and speaks for the Libyan community in South Manchester, discuss the terror attack and bomber Salman Abedi.
Jordan Stevenson, who spent nearly six hours last night driving people back home to Liverpool from the Manchester Arena after he offered lifts via Twitter to anyone stranded, and Malika Pache, who was at the arena.
Pale but defiant, Julian Assange stepped into the daylight on the balcony of the Ecuadorean embassy in London and declared an “important victory”. This was after Sweden dropped its seven-year investigation into sex offence allegations. The Wikileaks founder said his legal battle wasn’t over, warning “the proper war is just commencing”. He’s still holed up…
Labour’s Shadow Foreign Secretary, Emily Thornberry, is challenged on her party’s election manifesto. Would working-age benefits be frozen? Where are the costings for renationalisation? Do Labour’s plans depend on higher borrowing?
She’s been called the Poet Laureate of Twitter. Patricia Lockwood achieved literary acclaim after her poem Rape Joke, about her personal experience of being raped, went viral a few years ago.
Cathy Newman asks Jeremy Corbyn: When in the last half century has British-backed military action been necessary?
Neil Carmichael, chair of the education select committee, Ian Mearns, a fellow education select committee member, and Baroness Sal Brinton, president of the Liberal Democrat party.
Neil Carmichael, one of the Conservative MPs who was under investigation but has today been cleared.
He was struck off after peddling bogus claims about a link between autism and the MMR vaccine. But Andrew Wakefield is now enjoying a renaissance in the United States, where his backers include Donald Trump.
It’s a story of guns, power and Washington ethics: the new political thriller Miss Sloan opens this week, starring Jessica Chastain as a lobbyist ‘hired to win’ in a battle over gun legislation.
Joining me now from Leeds is Asma Elbadawi, a basketball player and coach from Bradford who petitioned for the Basketball governing body, FIBA, to allow Muslim players to compete in hijab.
Most people his age would have retired 30 years ago. But the Duke of Edinburgh, who turns 96 next month – announced he’d be retiring from royal duties in the autumn – with the full support of the Queen.
Boris Johnson has received a personal rebuff from his own sister after she dramatically joined the Liberal Democrats in a bid to block a hard Brexit.
Conservative MP and chair of the Commons environment committee, Neil Parish, who says he will continue to hold the Government to account on poor air quality, and the former shadow environment secretary, Rachael Maskell.